Monday, December 17, 2018


Fr. Tony has every intention of taking his case all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary. He believes he is doing God's work in standing up against abortion. He's totally convinced of this.

He is very happy that there are people out there who support his case. He is very thankful to everyone who has made a donation and/or who is praying for him.

For someone who has been protesting abortion in a very public way, for thirty years now, this is the logical conclusion to what Fr. Tony's been doing all along. Making a public stand against abortion. To tell the government that abortion is wrong. To use free speech as the tool of choice.

The government continues to do its best in quashing freedom of speech rights. Fr. Tony is having none of it. He will protest until he physically can't protest anymore. Fr. Tony is not going away.

For more information on Fr. Tony's case, please see his lawyer's letters (NOTICE OF CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION) to the Crown Prosecutor Ontario Court of Justice – Provincial Offences Court and the The Attorney General of Ontario on behalf of Fr. Tony.

I understand some people haven't seen these letters which explain Fr. Tony's case, which is why I am republishing them now.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

More on Fr. Tony's bubble zone constitutional challenge

"The case has been adjourned to Jan. 24 and “transferred to the Ontario Court of Justice so it can be heard before a judge,” said constitutional lawyer Albertos Polizogopoulos, who is representing the 83-year-old Jesuit priest. 
“This is because we have challenged the constitutionality of the legislation in question and a justice of the peace cannot strike legislation as being unconstitutional,” said the lawyer. 
Polizogopoulos said they will likely set a trial date at the Jan. 24 court appearance."

Monday, December 10, 2018

Update on Fr. Tony's bubble zone constitutional challenge

Fr. Tony's next appearance in court will be Jan 24th. It will be for scheduling his case at most.

Many people have donated to the case, but more money is still needed. Much thanks to everyone who has donated thus far.

You can still donate on line here. If you prefer to send in a cheque for Fr. Tony's case, you can write a cheque and make it out to "Vincent Dagenais Gibson, In trust” and send it to Fr. Tony's lawyer Albertos Polizogopoulos.

Just include a cover-letter, or in the re: line of the cheque note that the cheque is for Fr. Tony Van Hee's case.

Send cheque to:

Vincent Dagenais Gibson LLP/s.r.l.
260, rue Dalhousie Street, Suite 400
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 7E4

Tel.: (613) 241-2701 Ext: 243
Fax: (613) 241-2599